Katalin Horvath

Quilter, Textile artist

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Pillows

"Edelweiss" Pillow

Edelweiss pillow.jpg

This pattern is instructed using the "Draw-Sew-Trim™" technique, that makes the applique process easier, faster and more accurate.

(The beautiful, magazine-style, detailed, step-by-step tutorial eBook is available in my webshop: Draw-Sew-Trim eBook with the Draw-Sew-Trim technique

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"...This extraordinary flower grows in the high mountains of Austria, Germany and Switzerland. It is Switzerland’s national flower. It is the symbol of deep love and devotion whereby men harvest the flower on daring steeps and fatal climbs to prove their love and devotion. It is also the symbol of adventure and sacrifice. The actual German translation of the word, “Edelweiss,” literarily means noble and white. Edelweiss has a woolly appearance of white hairs, on its leaf and flower structures that create the flower’s hairy and silvery character. It grows to heights of 16 inches and develops its flower into a double-star formation..."

Pillows

"Edelweiss" Pillow

Edelweiss pillow.jpg

This pattern is instructed using the "Draw-Sew-Trim™" technique, that makes the applique process easier, faster and more accurate.

(The beautiful, magazine-style, detailed, step-by-step tutorial eBook is available in my webshop: Draw-Sew-Trim eBook with the Draw-Sew-Trim technique

Read more

"...This extraordinary flower grows in the high mountains of Austria, Germany and Switzerland. It is Switzerland’s national flower. It is the symbol of deep love and devotion whereby men harvest the flower on daring steeps and fatal climbs to prove their love and devotion. It is also the symbol of adventure and sacrifice. The actual German translation of the word, “Edelweiss,” literarily means noble and white. Edelweiss has a woolly appearance of white hairs, on its leaf and flower structures that create the flower’s hairy and silvery character. It grows to heights of 16 inches and develops its flower into a double-star formation..."